Leviton has achieved recognition as the “Brand Used Most” in the lighting controls and switches category for BUILDER magazine’s 2018 Brand Use Study. In addition to receiving this acknowledgement 21 years in a row, Leviton has also placed first in the 2018 “Brand Familiarity” and “Brand Used in Past 2 Years” categories.
The most popular lighting control rebates continue to be occupancy sensors, light sensors, and daylight dimming systems. The average rebate for controls is fairly high when one considers their cost, positioning them as an attractive add-on to a retrofit. In some cases, such as high-bay lighting, the rebate can almost completely cover the cost of adding a luminaire-mounted occupancy sensor.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2017 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Wattstopper’s Humancentric Lighting solution.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at the General Motors Design Dome.
McWong International and Avi-on Labs, Inc., a developer of Bluetooth® lighting controls, announced the immediate commercial availability of the complete PacWave® wireless Smart Sensor Control product line on the Avi-on platform.
Lutron Electronics recently announced the launch of Enterprise Vue, a single data and management platform for multiple Lutron systems across corporate and university campuses, retail locations, or hospitality and restaurant spaces. Enterprise Vue gives facility managers real-time control of multiple buildings – whether they are all in one location or scattered around the world – by integrating data from Lutron’s Quantum and Vive systems.
“Coexistence,” “interchangeability,” and “standby power” are samples of some of the terms featured in Lighting Systems Terms and Definitions, a new publication by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
This article produced by Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP for the May 2018 issue of tED Magazine presents a roundtable by lighting experts talking about the impact of connected lighting.
This article by Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP, published in the March 2018 issue of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, describes the latest developments in lighting control software.
Cambridge Sound Management, a provider of sound masking technology and Lutron Electronics recently announced a partnership that enables sound masking systems to activate automatically based on room occupancy. The partnership was created to help customers keep conversations in their conference rooms, huddle rooms, lobbies, or medical offices private and secure.